Spanish female quartet to perform as Spain and Jamaica celebrate 50 years


The Valencia Suite of the Spanish Court Hotel will wake up on Friday November 4 at 7:30p.m. with the sounds and rhythms of a Flamenco showcase including Las Migas, a Spanish female quartet.

The occasion is being sorted out by the Embassy of Spain, as a major aspect of the celebratory exercises recognizing 50 years of conciliatory relations amongst Spain and Jamaica while additionally watching ten years since the foundation of The Spanish-Jamaican Foundation.

As Carmen Rives Ruiz-Tapiador, Chargée d’Affaires a.i. of the Embassy of Spain clarifies “… … culture is a solid bond amongst Jamaica and Spain and we reliably attempt to bring components of both nations’ way of life together to join the general population and to help in seeing each other.”

The four ladies of Las Migas – Marta Robles and Alicia Grillo (guitarists), Alba Carmona (vocalist/artist), Roser Loscos (violinist/vocalist) – will enthrall the Jamaican crowd with their novel mix of flamenco and Meditaerranean styles involving great and contemporary rhythms, and songs that range from capable to energetic to lively.

A second execution will be held at the Montego Bay Cultural Center in Montego Bay on Saturday, November 5 at 7:30 pm.

The two exhibitions, free of cost and open to the general population, have been made conceivable with the kind sponsorship of the Spanish Jamaican Foundation, Humiclima, LASCO Affiliated Companies, Round Hill Hotel and Villas, Spanish Court Hotel and Montego Bay Cultural Center.


Source: Loop Jamaica